Wikipedia:Selected anniversaries/September 29

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This is a list of selected September 29 anniversaries that appears on the "On this day" section of the Main Page. To suggest a new item, in most cases you can be bold and edit this page. Please read the selected anniversaries guidelines before making your edit. However, if your addition might be controversial, or on a day that is or soon will be on the Main Page, please post your suggestion on the talk page instead.

Please note that the events listed on the Main Page are chosen based more on relative article quality and to maintain a mix of topics, not based solely on how important or significant their subjects are. Only 5–6 events are posted at a time and thus not everything that is "most important and significant" can be listed. In addition, an event is not generally posted this year if it is also the subject of the scheduled September 29, 2018 featured article or the September 29, 2018 featured picture.

To report an error when this appears on the Main Page, see Main Page errors. Please remember that this list defers to the supporting articles, so it is best to achieve consensus and make any necessary changes there first.

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61 BC – In Rome, Pompey the Great celebrated triumphs over pirates in the eastern Mediterranean Sea and in the war against king Mithridates VI of Pontus in Asia Minor, with enormous parades of spoils, prisoners, army and banners depicting battle scenes. Article already on Wikipedia:Selected anniversaries/September 28
1364 – English forces defeated the French at the Battle of Auray in the French town of Auray, the decisive confrontation of the Breton War of Succession, a part of the Hundred Years' War. unreferenced section
1774 – The publication of The Sorrows of Young Werther raised the 24-year-old Johann Wolfgang von Goethe to international fame. refimprove section
1829 – The Metropolitan Police of Greater London, originally headquartered in Great Scotland Yard, Westminster, was founded. unreferenced sections
1885 – The Blackpool tramway, one of the first practical electric tramways in the world, opened in Blackpool, Lancashire, England. Blackpool tramway has unreferenced section; Tram: date not cited
1907 – Construction work began on the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., and then completed on the same day 83 years later. refimprove section
1923 – The British Mandate for Palestine came into effect, officially creating the protectorates of Palestine under British administration and Transjordan as a separate emirate under Abdullah I. refimprove section
1954 – Twelve countries signed a convention establishing the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), which manages the world's largest particle physics laboratory. refimprove section
1964Mafalda, a popular comic strip by Quino, was first published in newspapers in Argentina. refimprove
1972Sino-Japanese relations: Japan established diplomatic relations with China, breaking official ties with the Republic of China (Taiwan). stub
1982 – A 12-year-old girl in the Chicago area was killed by cyanide-laced Tylenol, the first of seven people over the next few days. refimprove

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September 29: Michaelmas; Day of Tasu'a (Islam, 2017)

Avro Ansons, having landed after collision
Avro Ansons, having landed after collision

Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson (b. 1758) · Guadalupe Victoria (b. 1786) · W. H. Auden (d. 1973)

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